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I finally pulled the trigger and purchased a 110 acre wooded tract near my home. All new to me. Its in a great area, lots of deer and ive seen a few hammers in the adjacent fields. Put a camera up on

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not a trail cam pic, but a backyard visitor

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Pretty big girl and apparently barren. I checked a trail cam in the expanded/management/urban zone I hunt in this morning. (season starts September 10) 23 photos and pretty much all of this doe coming and going AM and PM within 20 yards of a tree stand. No fawn or fawns to speak of. This puts her top on the early season bow hit list. Unlimited doe tags available. I can’t bring myself to shoot a doe with spotted or real small fawns (nor the fawns) in early season. Totally sentimental and not based on game management science. I am human after all. 

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This one is a target as well.  Although I don't have the issues shooting one with a fawn usually by later October early season I try to make sure they don't have fawns.  Not always perfect.  As my buddy said "She got some short legs!"

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WI Outdoor Nut
21 hours ago, Clueless1 said:

This one is a target as well.  Although I don't have the issues shooting one with a fawn usually by later October early season I try to make sure they don't have fawns.  Not always perfect.  As my buddy said "She got some short legs!"

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fat bottom girl!

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All 5 raccoons were on the bird feeder when one of the foxes showed up.  Two came in eventually, we've seen 4 at a time, for the past month we usually see them out during the day a few times each week..

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On 8/5/2021 at 9:31 AM, shoot-straight said:

I finally pulled the trigger and purchased a 110 acre wooded tract near my home. All new to me. Its in a great area, lots of deer and ive seen a few hammers in the adjacent fields. Put a camera up on a mineral rock to see what would show up. Well, I'd be very happy to see this one this fall. 

 

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Very cool!  Is this on the eastern shore?  Do you have plans to do any management work on there?

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10 hours ago, shoot-straight said:

yes. queen annes. and yes i have some ideas

 

If you are interested in building any upland habitat I can put you in touch with the right people.

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